A comfy sweatshirt + a donation to a great cause? Now that's something I am ALL over. 

I was contacted by Sevenly.org with an amazing opportunity to collaborate by raising awareness for their currently featured charity, Autism Speaks. Sevenly is an amazing company that picks a weekly charity to support and makes wonderful styles of t-shirts and sweatshirts that are also a great addition to your wardrobe. 

For every purchase, $7 is donated towards the chosen charity and THIS WEEK it has been doubled to $14. (ONLY 17 HOURS LEFT for Autism Speaks). 

I was more than happy to get some pieces sent to me from Sevenly X Autism Speaks and I am kind of obsessed with this slouchy sweatshirt. It is one of the most comfortable items in my wardrobe and have gotten so many compliments on its wonderful message. 

If you would like to contribute to this week's charity, click HERE

If you are interested in buying this specific style, you can HERE!

SLOUCHY SWEATSHIRT / c/o Sevenly X Autism Speaks



LACE UP BOOTS / c/o JustFab

Ben Green 



I have found that the family storage closet is a great place to find hidden fall wardrobe gems. I was looking for an old cassette tape the other night and discovered this dark green, leather bomber jacket and I made a note to self to feature it in a post soon. 

Well here's that post. ;)

When styling a really oversized jacket I would recommend playing with proportions. I love when a large jacket is paired over a bottom with a short hemline. If you want to opt for a longer option I would suggest keeping them form fitting, as oversized + oversized, usually doesn't work. And may I say this jacket is beyond comfy. This graphic crop top is one of my favorite, most fun pieces in my wardrobe and its a tad bit controversial ;). I love the black background of the top because it allows me to incorporate color into my wardrobe, while keeping the darker vibe I usually lean towards. 

TMI TIP: When you are between shaving days, just throw on some thigh-highs and rock them legs without feeling like a zoo animal. 

Photos: Bostyn Ashjian 



PIQUE BLOOMERS / American Apparel

THIGH HIGHS / American Apparel


Ben Green



Ever since I started obsessing over people's blogs, a popular online website PersunMall has been at the forefront of style influencer's favorite sites to shop on. I figured it was time to scour the shop for some great pieces and it isn't hard to do so. When they approached me about a collaboration I immediately accepted and figured I would put together a little wishlist of some gems I would love to add to my closet.

This particular color palette is very monochromatic ... shocker. Haha.

Numero Knit Dress

Color Block Motorcycle Coat

Spiked Ankle Boots

Beige Oversized Handbag

Knitted Collar Leather Jacket

Notched Heel Pointed Boots 

What styles are on your wishlist lately?

Ben Green



I have seemed to come down with a little stomach bug, so one of my more involved posts will have to wait until tomorrow. I tried so hard to not get sick! I guess sometimes it's just inevitable. In the meantime I thought I would share with you a little snip-bit from my recent editorial in Elegant Magazine's Avant Garde Issue (October 2013).  

The full editorial is 8-pages and can be bought here. 10% of Elegant's fashion issues proceeds will be donated to OASIS of Southern California. "Our mission is to raise funds, awareness, educational, efforts and support for women with ovarian cancer."

It was an absolute honor to be in this issue and couldn't wait to show you all! Make sure you check out Elegant Magazine's website!

I'm off to some Ginger Ale by my bedside. 

Ben Green


OBSESSIONS : 11.10.2013

I've been really obsessed with the minimalist chic trend lately and have really enjoyed staring at hundreds of images with perfect skin and a low, messy bun. A effortlessly elegant hairstyle that takes 4 seconds? I am all over that. Anyway, here is my inspiration mood-board of some pieces I am craving lately.

Low Messy Bun

Wide Brim Fedora / Rag & Bone

Cutout Bootie / Forever21

White Pocket Tee / Rag & Bone

Clean, Perfect Skin - Minimal Makeup

What are you dreaming about lately?

Ben Green



Hello friends. I hope at least some of you remember me. It has been almost 3 months since I have posted and I couldn't be more sorry that I left this space unused for so long. There were multiple instances where this white keyboard was calling my name but so much has happened over the past few months that has kept me from typing.

I have always told myself that I wouldn't be one of those robot-bloggers who no one could relate to on a personal level, so this post is for you. You deserve to know why I have been MIA, and actually, it is probably good for me to write it all down. 


Ever since I was little, I always set myself so many goals and engaged in so many projects, that half of them would never get finished because I over-booked myself. Well its not too different today, if anything it is worse. People always tell me, "Ben you are so driven!" or "You are always working on something new! Is there something you can't do?" I constantly have my head in a thousand places and sometimes I can't even sleep at night because of the ideas and projects I have surging through my brain. To want to do so much is great, yes, but sometimes it's a curse. It causes me to not dedicate time to the things I really want to do successfully, and I never really decide what my true priorities are. 

Some of you may know that I am also a dancer. I have been dancing for 6 years now and I love it with every vein in my body. There is nothing like closing your eyes and letting your body move on a studio floor. I have had the opportunity to join the most advanced company team at the 3rd ranked dance studio in the nation, and of course I said yes. I am having the time of my life, but it leaves me with almost no time for anything else. My heart has a special place for really only two things, dance and fashion. Over the past few months I have had no time for blogging and fashion has been put on the back burner, or even, taken off the stove. I made this choice so I am not complaining, but sometimes there are those days where you wonder if the choice you made ... was the right one. My ultimate dream is to be one of the "super-bloggers". To make a great living off of jet-setting, sitting front row at fashion week, styling collaborations with top brands, and ultimately, to inspire people. A dream that sounds this ridiculous can make you second guess whether it is even practical. Will you waste your time on something that you might not even achieve? 

I started to prioritize and set aside time on the weekends to be able to pre-film videos and write as much blog posts ahead of time, so that I would actually end up posting more than ever! It was going really wonderfully and I was no longer stressed out about not being able to do an aspect of my life that I loved. 

But then I got the call ...

One of my friends, and one of the most inspirational girls I have ever met, had passed away. I was so busy with so many things that I didn't really even have time to grieve. A month or two after this tragedy, my grandfather passed away and I had never witnessed my mom so upset. My dad was on tour for his work, so the Green house was dark and mournful. Because of my dance schedule, I wasn't able to attend the funeral. (I don't mean to depress any of you or make you feel bad for me, I just thought you all should know.) On top of all this, my fashion mentor and one of the strongest driving forces in my life became sick with cancer again. At this point, I couldn't focus on anything.

All the death and sickness that was revealing itself in my life seemed overwhelming, but I now see a reason why all of this might have been happening all at once. It was a wake up call for me. You often hear, "Life is short. Live every day like it's your last," but it usually isn't taken more than figuratively. 

This blog post is more a result of my new-found determination. 


Today is the first day of my new goal, and one I am really determined to make a special one. I am young, but time is of the essence! My mentor told me, "Ben, there is absolutely nothing that you cannot do. Don't let anything stop you from believing that anything you want to do is possible." 

I have been accepted to one of my dream schools in Manhattan, and if everything works out right, I already have a place waiting for me in the city. In less than a year I will be in the city of my dreams and there is so much that the future holds. Which means there is a lot to do in the mean time! Haha! I want to have this blog consistent and taken to new heights by the spring. 

It will be difficult to juggle with school and dance, but I am determined to figure it all out. I mean Tim Gun taught me well. "Make it work." 

Great and do-able projects and posts are coming your way, and it feels good to be revitalized. And I am excited to introduce to you a new helper of mine soon. ;)

So hello blog. Hello readers. Welcome to our new journey together.

Ben Green